.NET Source Code To Be Released

Mr. Guthrie announced on his blog about the release of source code for the next version of the .NET Framework, v3.5.  This will be a great boon for programmers as it will allow for debugging of code just as other vendors do.  There was a bunch of comments from others about the fact that MSFT…

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SharePoint Books and More Books

Wow – the SharePoint books are flowing off of the presses!  Mike Walsh has a list that is tracking WSS v3 and MOSS 2007 books that are in pre-production and released. 

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Speaker update for Sep 20 PSSPUG Meeting

Well, we had some confusion about dates with Todd Bleeker, so we’re going to bring Todd back on another date in the future, and the speaker for tomorrow, along with Arpan Shah, will be Chris Good and Eric Shaffer, from K2.  Todd was extremely gracious through this mistake on our part, and we’re glad that…

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Prep for next User Group meeting

Wow. It seems that all I post about is the Puget Sound SharePoint User Group.  I wonder if that’s because it… …rocks??  <wink and pinky to side of mouth> This weeks meeting (SEP-20), we’re going to have Todd Bleeker and Arpan Shah going head to head in front of the folks.  We’ve also started a…

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PSSPUG Meeting – 6 SEP 2007

Last night was our first "real" Hands-On Lab session for the Puget Sound SharePoint Users Group. Keith Bunge, who is a SharePoint developer at Solanite, led the group through a hands-on lab session that covered building a web part in ASP.Net 2.0 and compared it with building a SharePoint web part, and then publishing the…

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PSSPUG Meeting – Aug 23 2007

Tonight was the second general meeting for the Puget Sound SharePoint Users Group, in Bellevue, WA.  (The web site is http://www.PugetSoundSharePoint.org)  We had two great speakers tonight – first, we heard from KnowledgeLake, an ISV that provides image capture and indexing technology for SharePoint (http://www.knowledgelake.com), and their local SI partner, ImageSource.  Kevin Ells, a Sales…

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Downloadable Architecture Book for SharePoint Server 2007

If you are building a SharePoint site and haven’t started to use the Planning and Architecture for SharePoint Server 2007 downloadable book.  (It’s packaged as 2 .pdf files, about 9MB total), click o the link above to get your free copy! More administrative links to keep close at hand, in your Windows Clipboard, or on…

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SharePoint Sales top $800 Million

SharePoint is an amazing technology, and includes a broad collection of features.  Organizations are absorbing it as fast as possible, but this level of sales was not expected.  (see the PR Announcement)  In fact, there are still some areas of infrastructure within Microsoft that are still spinning their wheels as rapidly as possible trying to…

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New Puget Sound SharePoint Users Group

The first meeting of the Puget Sound SharePoint Users Group was held July 19th. Joel Oleson and Christian Stark were the speakers, and they were amazing. There were 72 rabid SharePoint fans in attendance. Mike Blaylock is the President of the new User Group. Other board members include Bryan Hart, Bo Woronowicz, and myself. The…

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The end of March is in sight

This has been an interesting month of SharePoint Hands-On Labs that I’ve been offering to my customers across the district.  2-Day sessions, Bellevue, Boise, Portland, and this week, Spokane.  For those of you who my communication this month has not been up to par, I apologize.  I’ve got a couple of things for tonight… 1….

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